Friday Habs Headlines: Jeremiah Addison is focused and ready to work

In today’s links, Addison is looking to rebound after a season derailed by injury, looking at two players who have played for both the Habs and Caps, and the league reacts to the Washington Capitals finally overcoming the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Montreal Canadiens news and notes

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  • Marie-Philip Poulin has rejoined the McGill women’s hockey team as a skills coach. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation joined the fight against cancer Thursday afternoon with a run through Montreal. [CHC Foundation]/

Around the league and elsewhere

  • The Charlotte Checkers threw 95 shots at Lehigh Valley Phantoms netminder Alex Lyon, but could only get one past him as the Phantoms won the longest AHL game in history 2-1 in the fifth OT. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek talk about the Washington Capitals finally overcoming the Pittsburgh Penguins on the 31 Thoughts Podcast. [31 Thoughts (Audio)]
  • This playoff run has put the Winnipeg fanbase firmly in the spotlight. [TSN]
  • Has the rise of analytics in hockey been good or bad for the entertainment value of the sport? [The Athletic]
  • Blueshirt Banter reviews Filip Zadina. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • Four players the Penguins could consider moving this offseason. [Sportsnet]
  • Don Sweeney says keeping all of the Boston Bruins’ UFAs is not realistic. [TSN]
  • John Ferguson Jr. is drawing interest as a potential general manager around the league. [TSN]
  • Steve Dangle looks at the pros and cons of the Toronto Maple Leafs signing John Tavares. [Sportsnet]
  • Is clutch real? And how do hockey players prepare for game 7? [The Athletic]
  • Humboldt Bronco Kaleb Dahlgren is working on his game already. [Humboldt Broncos]/

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